A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006.

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Entry from May 31, 2015
“There’s not enough coffee in the world”

The expression “there’s not enough coffee in the world” does not refer to the world’s inventory of coffee. “There’s not enough coffee in the world” means that no amount of coffee—even with all of its caffeine—will get one through a morning or a task.

“I start about 5 am, and there is not enough Coffee in the world to keep you warm” was cited in print in 1999. “There’s not enough coffee in the world to keep a staff as busy as yours focused on firewall security 24/7” was a line in a 2001 magazine advertisement for data security. “Some mornings there’s just not enough coffee in the world” was cited in 2003.

“All the coffee in Colombia won’t make me a morning person” is a related saying.


Google Groups: alt.tv.er
Re. Stunning Revelation: Luka and Dave ARE Doug Ross!
gdreser
10/10/99
> Eh?  Eh?  Think about it!  If you drink enough coffee it starts to make
> eerie sense.....
>
> Regards,
> Bryan
>
Bryan, Bryan, Bryan..... I’m afraid there is not enough coffee in the world to make this make sense.

Google Groups: alt.food.barbecue
Why Smoke Turkey?
Carl Pope
12/18/99
(...)
> I may try that, with the half the time on the smoker and half in the oven this time. It is too cold to stand outside all day.
I start about 5 am, and there is not enough Coffee in the world to keep you warm.

Google Books
15 April 2001, CIO magazine, pg. 151 ad:
There’s not enough coffee in the world to keep a staff as busy as yours focused on firewall security 24/7.
(ubizen-secure.com.—ed.)

Google Books
Mirror Image
By Jeff Mariotte
New York, NY: Simon Pulse (Simon & Schuster)
2003
Pg. 26:
“Some mornings there’s just not enough coffee in the world,” Phoebe mumbled. She looked as tired as Piper felt and had just slipped into some worn sweats for breakfast.

Twitter
Andrew Crow
‏@AndrewCrow
at Pacific Bay Coffee trying to finish 6 month project, write proposal and make two sales presentations. Not enough coffee in the world…
1:54 PM - 28 Jan 2007

yarn harlot
Not enough coffee in the world
Posted on February 6, 2008 by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee
Last night, I sat down (for maybe the third time over the last two days) to finish the Vintage socks, and I discovered a big problem. It is not a knitting problem, per se, but an emotional problem which has a knitting effect.

Theexoticmom’s Blog
January 28, 2009
not enough coffee in the world for this!
Filed under: Uncategorized — theexoticmom @ 10:43 am
So, my son gets me up like a half an hour ago (5 AM).

30 Something Mother Runner
SOMETIMES YOU JUST FEEL LIKE THERE’S NOT ENOUGH COFFEE IN THE WORLD…
JANUARY 3, 2013 BY JESSICA MORRISON
This week has been INSANE!

Twitter
Grumpy Cat
‏@RealGrumpyCat
There’s not enough coffee in the world to get me to rise and shine! #GrumpyCat @DrinkGrumpyCat #Grumppuccino
12:23 PM - 12 Aug 2013

Google Books
Snow Angel
By Chantilly White
SnapDragon Press
2014
Pg. ?:
“According to your dad,” Danny said through a wide stretch, dragging her attention back to him, “there’s not enough coffee in the world to compensate for being on the road this early.”

Vine
Rick Hall
Feb 10, 2014
There is not enough coffee in the world to get me through today… #MBLGTACC2014 #coffee #cold #ohioproblems #Starbucks #bgsu

allnurses
Ugh - not enough coffee in the world for this day!
by Brian, ADN Admin Apr 26, ‘14
I’m beat! How many times have we all said that when we were students?

Funny Status
There’s not enough coffee in the world..
February 5, 2015

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